Hattiesburg, MS, June 23, 2014 - The William Carey University School of Education has added four graduate courses to its list of Summer Term II offerings. The four courses will be offered completely online beginning July 7. Summer Term II is five weeks long and will end on August 8. The courses can be used as part of a graduate degree program, for license renewal, or as electives. Courses include EDU 572 (Survey of Exceptional Children); EDU 627 (Performance Assessment); EDU 602 (Trends in Children’s Literature), and EDU 646 (Secondary Methods).
William Carey University
Office of Graduate Admissions
Phone # 601-318-6774
[Master of Business Administration]
[Master of Education Programs]
[Specialist in Education]
[Master of Science in Counseling Psychology]
[Master of Science in Nursing]
[Master of Music in Music Education]
[Master of Biomedical Science Degree Program]
General Admission Requirements
Each applicant to graduate programs at William Carey College must:
- hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university;
- provide official transcript(s) of all college work completed to date.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam is required of all applicants, international or U.S. citizen, whose native language is not English. A minimum score of 550 or 213 (computer based) is required for admission.
In addition to these requirements, the applicant must meet any additional requirements as put forth by the respective graduate degree programs. Those requirements are listed in the following sections for the Master of Education, the Master of Business Administration, the Master of Science in psychology, and the Master of Science in Nursing degrees.
Applications for admission to graduate programs must be submitted by the Monday of general registration week. Consideration will be given to applications that are late due to extenuating circumstances.
Incomplete Admission Status
A student who appears to be eligible for admission but is unable to supply certain required records prior to registration may be allowed to register on an incomplete basis for one trimester. Students who do not provide all official documents required for admission by the end of the term will not be allowed to continue in the program. Alternate route students must provide documentation prior to completion of nine credit hours. Permission for incomplete registration does not indicate official acceptance into William Carey University. No financial aid will be processed or paid on students who have not been officially accepted.
A student who has not enrolled in a course within the past 12-month period must apply for readmission. Readmission forms may be obtained from the office of the dean of graduate admissions.